SCO Family of Services Welcomes Mirna Daouk and Guy Moszkowski to Board of Directors
November 19, 2015 / SCO News
(November 19, 2015 – Brooklyn, NY) SCO Family of Services, one of the oldest and largest human service nonprofits in New York, welcomed two distinguished business leaders to the SCO Board of Directors: Mirna Daouk, Managing Director, CAO Strategy & Process Improvement for JPMorgan Chase & Co, and Guy Moszkowski, Managing Partner for Autonomous Research US, the U.S. unit of Autonomous Research LLP, London.
“We are proud and excited to have Mirna and Guy join our Board,” said SCO Board Chair Kelly L. Williams. “They bring years of investment, technological and management expertise. Most important, both Mirna and Guy have a deep appreciation for the important work of SCO and a genuine desire to contribute their skills to helping fellow New Yorkers. SCO is laying great plans for 2016 and beyond and we truly welcome their experience and advice as the Board works with SCO’s leadership to advance the agency’s goals.”
“Mirna and Guy’s experience and commitment will enable SCO to sustain the delivery of quality services to New Yorkers in need and we welcome them on our team,” said Douglas O’Dell, SCO Executive Director.
Each year, SCO’s programs in New York City and on Long Island help 60,000 vulnerable New Yorkers build a strong foundation for the future – getting young children off to a good start, launching youth into adulthood, stabilizing and strengthening families, and unlocking potential for children and adults with special needs.
This past year, SCO sheltered 9,800 adults and children; helped 2,100 individuals with special needs develop skills to reach their full potential; guided 7,500 children and teens on the path to success through academic, after school, summer and work-readiness programs; and prepared 1,900 young children for kindergarten in our early childhood programs.
To learn more about SCO Family of Services, please visit www.sco.org.
Mirna Daouk is Managing Director, CAO Strategy & Process Improvement for JPMorgan Chase & Co. Previously, she was head of Strategy and Special Initiatives for Mortgage Banking at Chase and Engagement Manager in the Financial Institutions Group at McKinsey & Company.
At the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ms. Daouk was a Research Assistant in the Complex Systems Research Laboratory (formerly Software Engineering Lab). While at MIT, she earned a M.S. degree in Aeronautics/Astronautics. Ms. Daouk also attended École Polytechnique in Palaiseau, France, where she earned a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering and B.S. in Mathematics/Physics.
Ms. Daouk is a member of the Women’s Bond Club and of the Arab Bankers Association of North America.
Guy Moszkowski is Managing Partner and Head of Research of Autonomous Research U.S., the U.S. unit of Autonomous Research LLP, London. He is also an equity research analyst covering U.S. Capital Markets Banks.
Mr. Moszkowski spent a decade at Merrill Lynch as Managing Director and head of its U.S. Financials equity-research team, and five years with Citigroup in a similar role. He was previously a Principal in equity research at Sanford C. Bernstein and also worked in Investor Client Relations at J.P. Morgan, and as an Associate and Engagement Manager with McKinsey & Co. in its Financial Institutions Group. He began his career in Latin America Corporate Banking at Bankers Trust Co.
Mr. Moszkowski earned a B.S. in Economics cum laude from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, and an MBA with Distinction from Harvard University. He was continuously represented within the top three positions on the Institutional Investor and Greenwich Research polls from 1992 through 2012.
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